Sunshine will mix with some clouds today and temperatures will be seasonably warm near 90, but drier moves in after a cold front. That leads to a less humid day for the Triangle.
The relatively low humidity for this time of year will persist through the upcoming weekend with high pressure building in from the west.
Any thunderstorms that does develop over the weekend will be mostly confined over the coastal Plain as the cold front will stall and weaken near that area.
Pop-up afternoon and early evening thunderstorms will make a return Monday and Tuesday as the humidity starts to return. The flow over the area becomes more southwesterly as a disturbance passes by to the north. Temperatures will run a few degrees above normal in the lower 90s.
A weakening cold front will approach the area midweek, keeping unsettled conditions around the Triangle.
Have a great first weekend of August!